Data loss is often unintentional. But that does not mean that accidental data leakage is any less risky. Companies face potential legal consequences and damage to their reputation. To protect their confidential customer data and ensure data security, therefore, they need a system for Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
For effective data protection, companies need more than knowledge of the channels they use to process and forward confidential data; they also need an overview of where the information is stored. With this level of transparency, companies can set up a system to scan channels like e-mail, web and file directories for accidental data leakage and sound the alarm when necessary. Preventing data loss or data leakage also ensures that companies are able to meet regulatory and compliance requirements for data protection.
Improved transparency of your company’s data flows
Increased data security with protection against data leakage
Simple integration into your security processes
There is a growing move to process and store data digitally in different locations. At the same time, regulatory and legal requirements for data protection are increasing. You need to make sure that your company meets these requirements.
Data Loss Prevention brings transparency over data flows and prevents confidential information from being shared with unauthorised persons, whether accidentally or intentionally. The measures also help to promote employee awareness of data protection and responsible handling of customer data.
How does DLP work exactly? Learn more about how it works and possible applications in the short video.
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The Swisscom I-MARS security concept is designed to facilitate transparency, measurability and comprehensive control for protecting sensitive data. It includes the Audit Guard and Data Loss Prevention services. Swisscom uses these services itself to handle sensitive data.
Unwanted data leakage is often caused by the unintentional actions of employees. Discover how DLP can prevent this in the whitepaper.
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